Caught in the Act

Album: Radiosurgery (2011)
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  • What a waste of regrets and side glances
    I should have let it all end to not answer
    Using your pain as your way to bring you closer
    Oh to bring you closer

    Your inviting words never her to cause a scene
    I'm just a name to your breath not a feeling
    I'm patient boy waiting on your mattress
    Just a patient boy waiting in the back

    Oh I'm caught in the act
    Before tonight lets do something
    That we're gonna regret
    Gonna regret

    Oh I'm caught in the act
    Before tonight lets do something
    That we'll never forget
    Never forget

    What a waste of high hopes you leveled them out
    I think I just might be in the thick of it
    Using your body as your way to bring me closer
    Come on and bring it closer

    Oh I'm caught in the act
    Before tonight lets do something
    That we're gonna regret
    Gonna regret

    Oh I'm caught in the act
    Before tonight lets do something
    That we'll never forget
    Never forget

    Your inviting curves never her to cause a scene
    I'm just a name that you forgot now we're even
    A patient boy waiting on your mattress
    Just a patient boy waiting in the back

    Oh oh I'm caught in the act
    Before tonight lets do something
    That we'll never never forget
    Lets do something that we'll never never forget
    Lets do something that we'll never never forget

    Oh I'm caught in the act
    Before tonight lets do something
    That we're gonna regret
    Gonna regret

    Oh I'm caught in the act
    Before tonight I'm just a patient
    Boy waiting in the back oh

    Caught in the act
    Before tonight lets do something
    That we're gonna regret gonna regret

    Oh oh I'm caught in the act
    Before tonight lets do something
    That we'll never forget never forget Writer/s: CHAD EVERETT GILBERT, CYRUS WILLIAM BOLOOKI, IAN R. GRUSHKA, JORDAN I. PUNDIK, STEPHEN LEE KLEIN
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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